It was suggested I start this thread since people seemed to like the car thread. The idea is the same. You only get ten motorcycles to last you the rest of your life. Choose however you like, but you don't ever get another bike. It's assumed you can afford to keep all these on the road, and yes, customs are permitted. Here's my list: off-road/adventure: 2015 Triumph Tiger XRx. Gotta have an off-road bike. Not just for the fun of off-road riding, but just in case there's a zombie apocalypse. Hey, you never know. I chose the Triumph over the more common BMW because I like the triple engine. touring bike: 2015 Victory Vision Tour. Why get a Harley when I can get something really unique. I've test ridden the Vision and it's an impressive motorcycle. Big relaxed v-twin and surprisingly good handling. cruiser: 2015 Moto Guzzi Eldorado. Again, I go off the beaten path for my cruiser. I love Moto Guzzis. The Eldorado has a great new 1400cc engine and looks great. tiddler: 1965 Honda Benley 150. You know, you need a little bike to really appreciate life on a motorcycle. I actually own one (this isn't it, I haven't properly photographed mine yet), and it reminds me of how little I need to enjoy motorcycling. two-stroke: 1968 Honda T500. No list is complete without a classic Japanese two-stroke. The Titan 500 is a sexy little beast and I've always wanted one. classic: 1952 Vincent Rapide Touring in Chinese Red. The Chinese red tourer is a little-known variant of the Vincent Rapide. I've been in love with it for decades. The Vincent is one of the greatest motorcycles ever and my collection wouldn't be complete without it. old crock: 1952 Nimbus 750. This is a bit of a rarity. The Nimbus is a Danish motorcycle made from 1919 to 1960 with a 750cc inline-4. There are still quite a few of these on the road, and I really think one of them needs to be in my garage. cafe racer: 1976 Honda GL1000. I owned a '75 Gold Wing that was halfway to being a cafe racer, and I loved it. I still miss it. A friend described it as riding a leather-covered beer barrel. I'll take that. chopper: Triumph 750. Although this is a unit 750, I'll take any Triumph twin from 500, 650 or 750cc, unit or pre-unit. The Triumph twin is a great engine, and looks great as a chopper. Just make sure you cover it in metal-flake paint. bobber: 1948 Indian Chief. A grimy, stripped down Indian Chief makes a classic bobber. Authentic and sexy.